The American Film Institute has announced its lineup for the “AFI Night at the Movies” program on April 24 at the ArcLight Hollywood. Initiated in 2007, the evening allows fans a chance to see classic films presented by some of the stars who made them so memorable.
“AFI Night at the Movies is a tradition grand in scale, but simple in message -- to bring artists and audiences together to celebrate their common bond at the movies," said Bob Gazzale, AFI president and chief executive, in a statement.
Confirmed to participate are:
Kathy Bates presenting “Misery”
Cher presenting “Moonstruck”
Sally Field presenting “Norma Rae”
Peter Fonda presenting “Easy Rider”
Harrison Ford presenting “Blade Runner”
Samuel L. Jackson presenting “Pulp Fiction”
Shirley MacLaine presenting “Terms of Endearment”
Demi Moore presenting “Ghost”
Mike Myers persenting “Shrek”
Kurt Russell presenting “The Thing”
Kevin Spacey presenting “The Usual Suspects”
Sidney Poitier presenting “In the Heat of the Night”
Tickets to each screening are $30 and include a large popcorn and soda, as well as an ice cream bar. Tickets go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. through the ArcLight Hollywood website (arclightcinemas.com) and in person at the ArcLight Hollywood box office. Additional information is available at AFI.com.
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